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  • Posted on: 24/11/2008 10:17
Re: Biorb 30L #1
you dont really have much choice with a 30l tank, some people will disagree with this though. i would advise to get a bigger tank adn you can have much more selection depending on the size of the tank.

theres already been this post about someone asking about a 30l tank and alot of people have posted about it: http://www.fishkeeping.co.uk/modules/ ... hp?topic_id=19227&forum=3


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  • Posted on: 4/5/2008 7:57
Re: can fish get bruises?? #2
i got a good picture well sort of the fish is just turning so you see three quarters sort of the patches.
the good thing though the patches seem to be darker so you can see where they are if you zoom in they are a bit lighter then that colour you see in the photo though

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  • Posted on: 4/5/2008 5:09
Re: can fish get bruises?? #3
wow how do you do that its a really good shot.
im going to try use my sisters fancy camera instead of my old crappy one but the problem is the murrays light up its weird but when i have the camera on them and you can see it through the screen on the camera and they light up shining which blocks you from seeing anything the reds dont do this though but ill go try taking the phot with no lights on.


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  • Posted on: 4/5/2008 4:46
Re: Goldfish in top corner of tank #4
ok you need water readings for a ammonia nitrate nitrite and Ph. need to know what type of tank you have so how big and what filter you used.
also need to know if you are using a dechlorinator,and if you cycled the tank.

a bowl is not big enough to keep a goldfish in also they need about 10 to 15 gallons(UK) each it think.


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  • Posted on: 3/5/2008 23:56
Re: can fish get bruises?? #5
ill try get a pic but its going to be hard they are very fast creatures and wont stay still


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  • Posted on: 3/5/2008 10:05
Re: can fish get bruises?? #6
thanks for the help it probaly is just colour i got a bit paranoid.i looked at the photos but its problay just maturing.


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  • Posted on: 3/5/2008 8:01
can fish get bruises?? #7
i was wondoring if they could becuase one of my rainbow murray females seems to have to light bluish patches on her but they seem to be part of her scales.


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  • Posted on: 3/5/2008 7:19
Re: Fancy a giggle? read on. #8
lol


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  • Posted on: 29/4/2008 6:46
Re: need help with a website #9
thanks evryone for your help and moral support they still think not having a filter is the right thing but they have read the caresheets.
once again thanks for your help


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  • Posted on: 28/4/2008 13:30
Re: need help with a website #10
um i need a bit of help theyre over powering me i think they may be right they keep saying you dont need a filter if you change the water every day is this true??



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